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Bryce Christensen is Professor of English at Southern Utah University, where he regularly teaches a course on “Science and Human Values.”

Nelson Danilo León is Assistant Professor of Spanish at Colorado State University, Pueblo. He teaches a broad array of Spanish courses and serves as First Generation College Student Mentor. His research and published articles focus on how factors, such as race and gender, shape the experience of immigrants in Contemporary Spain.

Kent Lehnhof is Professor of English at Chapman University. He has published a score of essays, primarily in the field of early modern literature, in a number of journals and edited collections.

Steven Urquhart is an Associate Professor of French at the University of Lethbridge, Alberta and the current Chair of the Department of Languages and Linguistics. He is a specialist of Quebec author Gérard Bessette’s works and has published numerous articles on this author and others, including Gaëtan Brulotte. He is interested in Quebec cinema and has also translated several works of fiction into English from the original French.



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